Asking Price: $10,500
- Year: 1984
- Model / Trim: Not Listed
- Odometer: 147,420
- Engine: 4 cylinder
- Transmission: Manual
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Location: Sebastopol, California
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Below
- Email: See Below
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Its time for you to hit the road in this 1984 VW Vanagon
This has always been a Bay Area van. We purchased it in Jul 2010 from a sister. She purchased it Jan 2006 from a brother-in-law; he brought it from the original owner.
Runs Great. 147,420 total miles, 800 miles on the engine rebuild
Manual 4 Speed, 1.9L Jetronic engine
Smog: w/flying colors 2018
ENGINE REBUILT: May 2016
R & R Engine, R & R Fuel Hoses; Air Filter; Clutch Kit; Oil Filter; Water Pump; Fuel Injector Seals Upper; Fuel Injector Seal Lower; Intake Manifold Sleeves; Expansion Tank Cap; C.V. Axle Bolts; WP-Fuel Hose; S-Engine Oil 20/50; S-Coolant; Engine Oil Additive. Work completed 05/18/16 Raul’s German Automotive, Santa Rosa, CA.
New Bosch Battery – 2015
New Master Cylinder – 2014
Heater Fan revived – 2014
Muffler, Catalytic Converter Gasket, Tail Pipe – 2012
THE COUNTRY HOME CONVERSION
The camper roof of raises parallel, the entire length of the living quarters. Sleeps 4: 2 below, 2 in the penthouse. (Lower bed is wider than a Vanagon conversion.)
2 burner propane stove; electric refrigerator; hand pump sink with H2O water system; hinged fold-down table, undercarriage H2O and propane tank; Second battery system powers lights and plug-in accessories.
2 Heaters: Heater/defroster in the cockpit. Cabin heater under the rear seat. Both work really well.
• Premium Custom Mattress
• Black Out Curtains
• JVC CD Receiver KD-AR770/KD-G720 w/ Remote
• Complete repair history
• Original owner’s manual
• Vintage repair books
• CD Receiver manual
• Pots & pans
• Car Cover
PLEASE NOTE: There is no AC or power steering if that’s important to you.
THE BODY: It has dings and some rust. The roughest patch is over the passenger side door. A tree fell in the woods… Some rust in the corners of some of the windows. Take a look at the last few photos to see the worst of it.